Drug Paraphernalia and the Law

Columbus Drug Paraphernalia Defense Attorney

There is a long list of items that are considered "drug paraphernalia" in Ohio law, and if you are found to be in possession of any of these items, including pipes, hypodermic syringes, bongs, marijuana cultivation equipment, methamphetamine manufacturing equipment or chemicals, testing equipment or a long list of other items, you will be arrested and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. For those who are found to be selling these items, the penalties if convicted are even more severe. Most drug paraphernalia charges are misdemeanor charges, however they have the added element of a suspension of your driver's license, and cancellation of certain professional licenses. You may also face up to 30 days in jail for a minor case of possession of drug paraphernalia, as well as fines. These penalties are so extreme that it is necessary to contact a Columbus drug paraphernalia defense lawyer at once if you have been arrested for this charge.

Drug Paraphernalia Defense Lawyer in Columbus: Koffel Brininger Nesbitt

The legal team at KBN has defended countless individuals facing drug paraphernalia charges and is extremely knowledgeable and capable regarding any such charge.

As the penalties for a conviction are so severe, the criminal defense attorney takes fast action to defend your charges and to increase the likelihood of a better outcome and to fight to avoid the loss of professional licenses and driver's license.

Never proceed in such a case without legal representation. The results could be disastrous to your career, your ability to operate a vehicle, and for those with commercial driver's licenses, a conviction is a disaster. It is vital that you move fast and contact the firm, as the more quickly the legal team gets on your case, the more likely something can be done about it. It is strongly advised that you contact KBN at once, as soon after the arrest as possible.

Contact a Columbus drug paraphernalia defense attorney from KBN.

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